“Around Brazil in 40.000 Alembics” is a seminar conducted by Felipe Jannuzzi, a journalist and researcher at Mapa da Cachaça, a reference about cachaça recognized as one of the best cultural projects in Brazil by the Federal Ministry of Culture, and Jean Ponce, one of the most respected mixologists in Brazil with experience commanding […]
The liquid gold of Brazil….Cachaça.
If you`re not familiar with cachaça i wrote a post about cachaça and rhum agricole long ago and tried to explain the difference between them since they both are made from sugarcane juice and yet so different.
The cachaça i have here now, João Andante – is a handcrafted […]
Last week i wrote about the Cedilla – and excellent acai liqueur from the house of Leblon and now it´s time to present their new aged cachaça as well – Maison Leblon Reserva Especial – a special limited aged cachaça that were recently introduced in Brazil.
Leblon Cachaça recently won the best cachaça and […]
Here comes Brazil!
I just got my hands on Leblon`s new açai liqueur…
Açai is a new macerated fruit liqueur made by Maison Leblon and is made from Zambazon açai berries from the Amazon region in Brazil. Straight from the rainforest, exotic and purple – yeah…this really speaks to me.
I “sort of” knew […]
Green chartreuse is really something – its the elixir of pure pleasure! a little of it and its like magic drops transforms an average drink into a potion of dreams..
This magic potion made by the Carthusian Monks since the 1740s and composed of distilled alcohol aged with 130 herbal extracts can really make […]
This is smooth like butter but not without letting you know its an alcoholic spirit..
A year ago i wrote about the Abelha organic cachaca and tried out their silver which i liked a lot. Now its time to try out their aged cachaca – Abelha Gold.
Usually i always prefer aged products to […]
Happy 2010 folks!
Here are three New Year tiki drinks to imbibe at the end of this year (and thereafter) Thanks for reading my blog and commenting on my posts which helps keeping the blog alive.
I`m happy to now be on the right side of the year soon – now we move towards […]
In New Orleans i picked up a very interesting brand of cachaca i`ve never tried before – Rainha Das Gerais. This is an artisanal cachaca distilled in alembic copper stills and aged in oak barrels for 5 years.
When i open the bottle the nose that reaches me is sweet with a hint of […]
Beija cachaca is a hand crafted blend of artisanal cachacas from the states of Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais. Many cachacas are today multi-distilled to become a purer product but at the same time the distillations strips away much of the flavour and characteristic earthiness that makes cachaca so lovable. Beija is made only […]
From Bahia it hails – Abelha organic cachaca. I can easily say that this is the best cachaca i`ve had so far, its insanely good – so flavourful and tasty! yet so smooth. I was actually surprised it was so good even though i expected it to be good. Up in Bahia is a […]